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Embassy Consulates in Kenya

  • United States Embassy, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 363 6000.
  • British High Commission, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 284 4000.
  • Canadian High Commission, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 366 3000.
  • Australian High Commission, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 427 7100.
  • South African High Commission, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 282 7100.
  • Honorary Consul of Ireland, Nairobi: +254 (0)20 235 7242.
  • New Zealand Consulate, Nairobi: +254 (20) 6001 0746.

Embassy Consulates

  • Kenyan Embassy, Washington DC, United States: +1 202 387 6101.
  • Kenyan High Commission, London, United Kingdom (also responsible for Ireland): +44 (0)20 7636 2371.
  • Kenyan High Commission, Ottawa, Canada: +1 613 563 1773.
  • Kenyan High Commission, Canberra, Australia (also responsible for New Zealand): +61 (0)2 6247 4788.
  • Kenyan High Commission, Pretoria, South Africa: +27 (0)12 362 2249.

Passport/Visa

All foreign passengers to Kenya must hold proof of sufficient funds (at least USD 500) to cover their stay in the country, return/onward tickets, and the necessary travel documentation for their next destination. Most foreign nationals require a visa, which can be obtained on arrival in Kenya, provided that (i) their passport is in good condition, and (ii) they have at least one blank page in their passport for the visa endorsement. The visa fee is USD 50, which is also payable in GBP or EUR. On-arrival visas are valid for three months. Note that a yellow fever vaccination certificate is required to enter Kenya, if arriving within six days of leaving or transiting through an infected area. NOTE: It is highly recommended that your passport has at least six months validity remaining after your intended date of departure from your travel destination. Immigration officials often apply different rules to those stated by travel agents and official sources.